Rajasthan CM Raje becomes the most liked leader on Facebook, preceded by PM Modi and Amit Shah


As social media has become a rage across the globe, the number of followers defines your fan-following across the globe. Quite literally! Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, who is a widely-known popular public figure has clinched the most followed

Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, who is a widely-known popular public figure has clinched the most followed female follower across India. What’s more, you ask? CM Raje has become the third most followed minister after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah.

Here are the details of the top three ministers who have the maximum followers across Facebook. Take a glance.

PM Narendra Modi: 42,586,640 likes

BJP President Amit Shah: 9,934,205 likes

Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje: 8,000,217 likes

However, as far as Chief Ministers are concerned, Vasundhara Raje has garnered the maximum followers across India. On the global front, these ministers fall in the Top-20 most followed ministers across the globe.

Not only Facebook, rising followers on social platforms like Twitter has become the talking point. These personalities

These three ministers have seen a stellar growth chart ever since they have assumed power. CM Raje has been treading onto an unceasable crusade which is on an invincible mission of developing Rajasthan at an unprecedented pace, to usher in employment, transparency and a holistic approach towards benefitting Rajasthanis. A slew of lighthouse schemes has been launched in Rajasthan with an aim to ensure direct benefit to the underprivileged. Schemes like Bhamashah, Rajshri, Aapka Zila Aapki Sarkar, Nyay Aapke Dwaar, Annapurna Rasoi, Jal Swavlamban Yojana have not only been introduced, implemented exceptionally but also lauded across the global landscape.

Social platforms like Facebook and Twitter are being leveraged for spreading awareness about people-centric schemes. Consistent social interaction and regular updates about daily activities have helped followers know their leaders better.